GREATER CINCINNATI NATIVE AMERICAN COALITION

Existence is Resistance

Greater Cincinnati Native American Coalition is a loosely based coalition of Native American Organizations and individuals, Churches, groups and others, who support Native American and Indigenous treaty and human rights, as well as racial issues on a local and national level.

As a step toward honoring the truth and achieving healing and reconciliation with those indigenous peoples who were affected most by the Doctrine of Discovery and broken treaties, we acknowledge the traditional Shawnee and Myaamia lands on which we now stand, and on which the city of Cincinnati was built.

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Opening of The Thanksgiving Play

  • Shelterhouse Theatre 962 Mount Adams Circle Cincinnati, OH, 45202 United States (map)

A play by Larissa Fasthorse
Directed by Lisa Portes
Sponsored by Linda Busken Jergens
”Watch as a group of liberal artists walk the fine line of political correctness in this fresh, satirical comedy. Armed with progressive lingo and questionably good intentions, they attempt to devise a culturally sensitive Thanksgiving play for local elementary schools. Slowly but surely, the well-meaning plans dissolve into an outrageous sendup of PC behavior. The Thanksgiving Play treads the minefields of appropriation to inject some laughter into activism, apathy and all the assumptions in between.”
This play will be running through April 21st.

Later Event: June 22
Keeping the Traditions Powwow